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Wanting to start a process serving business1 of 1 people found this helpful
Kevin, If i wanted *to start a process serving business, I would develop a business plan first*<!--Session data-->
Perfect! In the rush of just trying to figure out where to step first i suppose we forgot to keep it simple and plan it first. We'll be having a meeting soon to develop one. However if anyone else perhaps knows a few corners of the process serving business please throw some advice at me :)
First, good luck in your new venture. Second, check out the following forum post -it's the complete rules regarding process service in your state. Familiarize yourself with these statutes, as you will constantly need to refer back to them throughout your business.
Third, visit and consider joining NAAPS: it's the national association for process servers and when you join you can sign up for the job board, and get emails when new jobs come up in your area. It's also a great place to network with other servers and keep up to date on local, state, and national process server laws.
Fourth, and finally, if you need working capital while you get your business started, consider A/R funding - get paid today for the papers you served yesterday. Visit wefactor.com for more details.
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I am Kevin and my roomate and I are wanting to start a small process serving business for eastern central Indiana, we know the area and the culture very well and think that we would be a very fest and effective business. But we no idea where to start or where to finish. We dont have a lot of money but we are very professional in our manner of business, we just need some advice as to where to go with this. Thank you